Regulations

Aligning business strategy with sustainability KPIs

Sustainability linked financing refers to financial products and services that are linked to a company’s performance on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria. The use of these criteria helps to align the interests of companies and investors with sustainable development goals and can lead to improved long-term financial performance. Sustainability reporting is the process by […]
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2023 has begun. The clock is ticking.

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is one of the most significant developments in sustainability and ESG reporting in recent years. The CSRD is an update to a previous directive from 2014 and expands the scope of companies that are required to report on sustainability issues. The CSRD aims to improve the quality and comparability […]
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The great experiment to put a price on nature

Fresh water, clean air, peace of mind – natural landscapes make life better for humans in myriad ways. Now scientists are trying to put a dollar figure on exactly how much nature is worth. Tucked away in the Scottish Highlands, in an old commercial forest known as Birchfield near Loch Ness, is a rewilding project […]
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What is Sustainable Finance?

Sustainable finance has several definitions. One of the most commonly adopted is the one proposed by the  G20 Sustainable Finance Study Group , which says: Sustainable finance can be broadly understood as financing as well as related institutional and market arrangements that contribute to the achievement of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth, through supporting […]
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